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By Matt Vensel, The Baltimore Sun | January 21, 2014
Entering the 2013 season, the Ravens knew they would be starting two new safeties. Strong safety Bernard Pollard was released after the Super Bowl and iconic free safety Ed Reed was not re-signed. They did bring back a lot of talent and depth at cornerback, though it also came with uncertainty. Lardarius Webb was working his way back from a major knee injury, Jimmy Smith had yet to emerge as a consistent every-down player and Corey Graham was coming off the best three-month stretch of his life.
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Mike Preston | March 25, 2014
Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome is in his bargain-basement mode these days. Over the weekend the Ravens added two new players, which got a lot of fans excited, but neither center Jeremy Zuttah, formerly of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, nor former St. Louis Rams safety Darian Stewart should make a dramatic difference to the Ravens this season. It appears that Newsome is filling in some gaps, like finding another backup running back or a rotational defensive lineman, but the major lifting is over until the NFL draft in May. Oh sure, Zuttah is better than Gino Gradkowski, who started at center last season for the Ravens.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and The Baltimore Sun | September 22, 2012
RAVENS PASSING GAME: Joe Flacco had one of the better games of his career in the AFC championship loss to the Patriots, completing 22 of 36 passes for a franchise playoff record 306 yards and two touchdowns. He currently leads a passing attack that averages 261 yards per game, the ninth best total in the NFL. However, Flacco is coming off a second half against the Philadelphia Eagles in which he went just 8 of 25 with an interception. The Ravens are looking to get their wide receivers more involved as Anquan Boldin, Torrey Smith and Jacoby Jones have combined for 14 catches in two weeks.
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January 11, 2010
Once upon a midnight dreary, while I pondered weak and weary, Over many a quaint and curious volume of football lore, At the goal line, things were happening, Joe Flacco and friends they came a tapping, Ray Lewis and the team were rapping, rapping at the Patriot's door. "'Tis some visitor," they muttered, "tapping at my goal line door" -- Quoth the Ravens "We will score." Presently their soul grew stronger; hesitating then no longer, "Sir," said we, "or Madam, truly your forgiveness we implore; But the fact is you were napping, and so gently we came rapping, And so softly you were napping, napping while we scored some more, That I scarce was sure I heard you -- here you opened wide the door;" -- Darkness there, forevermore.
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By Baltimore Sun staff | September 23, 2010
Kevin Cowherd: Ravens 21, Browns 3: Ravens offense starts clicking and the defense keeps humming. Jamison Hensley: Ravens 31, Browns 10: Cleveland is improved from a year ago, but the Ravens' offense wants to put on a show for the home crowd. Edward Lee: Ravens 24, Browns 10 Seneca Wallace is no Peyton Manning, but he's the type of elusive quarterback who can present problems. Still, it would take a major self-implosion on the Ravens' part to lose to the Browns.
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December 4, 2011
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By Baltimore Sun reporter | December 26, 2010
Third quarter Ravens 20, Browns 10 13:37 D. Mason 22-yard pass from J. Flacco (B. Cundiff kick) Second quarter Ravens 13, Browns 10 :06 P. Dawson 30-yard field goal Ravens 13, Browns 7 4:09 B. Cundiff 40-yard field goal Ravens 10, Browns 7 11:54 T. Houshmandzadeh 15-yard pass from J. Flacco (B. Cundiff kick). Browns 7, Ravens 3 13:37 B. Cundiff 27-yard field goal First quarter Browns 7, Ravens 0 7:11 B. Robiskie 29-yard pass from M. Massaquoi (P. Dawson kick)
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October 27, 2011
Kevin Cowherd Ravens 27, Cardinals 6 Instead of 400 hours of community service for ugly loss to Jacksonville, Ravens make it up to fans by pounding Cardinals. Edward Lee Ravens 26, Cardinals 13 The Ravens haven't lost two in a row since dropping three straight in October 2009. The Ravens won't begin a new tradition Sunday. Mike Preston Ravens 17, Cardinals 10 Ravens can't play that poorly two weeks in a row, can they?
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By Edward Lee and edward.lee@baltsun.com | January 17, 2010
The Ravens running attack was stuck in neutral. Six days after gashing the New England Patriots for 234 yards and four touchdowns in a 33-14 rout in an AFC wild-card game, the Ravens could not find similar success in a 20-3 loss to the Indianapolis Colts here at Lucas Oil Stadium. The offense rushed for just 87 yards Saturday night. Ray Rice, who had gouged the Patriots for a playoff franchise-record 159 yards and two touchdowns, was limited to 67 yards on 13 carries. Rice, who took the first handoff for an 83-yard score in New England, gained just one yard on his first carry against the Colts.
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